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NHL 22 Available Today For Xbox Game Pass and EA Play Subscribers

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NHL 22 Available Today For Xbox Game Pass and EA Play Subscribers

NHL 22 is scheduled to arrive on May 12 for EA Play and Xbox Game Pass subscribers. If you’re a subscriber to the service, it will be added to the growing library of EA games available to play.

UPDATE: (5-12) Today’s the day. NHL 22 is available for EA Play and Xbox Game Pass subscribers.

EA Play is included with the Xbox Games Pass Ultimate subscription, at no additional cost. Otherwise, it costs $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year for PlayStation and PC users with the following benefits.

  • Unlock exclusive challenges and rewards, member-only content, early trials of new releases, and access to a library of top titles.
  • Play select new-release games for up to 10 hours even before they launch.
  • Get more to play with unlimited access to a collection of Electronic Arts’ fan-favorite series and top titles.
  • Save 10% on all EA digital purchases, including game downloads, Season Passes, points packs, and DLC.

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  1. I’m not sure why FIFA, Madden, The Show, and NBA2K can run in the cloud, but NHL is left out. And yeah, it makes no sense just not do a PC version.
    Maybe GPU and cloud gaming will show that there are a lot of action sim sports gamers on PC. Or that there is not...
    Downloaded it, like it so far coming from NHL 18.
    Just need to slow down the game speed, lower puck control, and make more realistic. Any good sliders for that?
    Game speed 3 is too fast for me.
    When will the game lower in price? Id pay $15 to have it without gamepass
    Man lovin this!!!.....what are more realistic sliders for gameplay?
    Btw, Bless you Microsoft!!...I was never a fan of you guys but boy have you been knockin it out of the park with the XBox Series X, the Ulitmate Game Pass and the EA Play combo......I was a PS console fan the last 2 generations but now I am back with the XBOX and couldnt be happier. Sony has no clue on how to offer quality subscription packages of value to their customers. If it wasnt even for this Ultimate game service, they probablly would still be offering PS NOW and the PS+ packages independantly and gauging their customers
    Anyhow, back to NHL 22, so happy this is on EA Play!

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